ASAP has ended for the school year. See you in September!


What makes our organization an amazing after-school program?

Power Hour

We offer 1 on 1 tutoring and develop academic student portfolios to provide individual support for your student(s). Our team of staff and volunteer tutors offer their time and resources to help many students succeed in school.

Nutritious Meals

We Partner with Marion Polk FoodShare, SACA, and other organizations to provide a full meal to all of our students every program day. ASAP is supported by over 40 cooks and volunteer coordinators who meal plan and shop for a rotating menu of delicious and healthy food items that the kids love.


The Program Staff are committed to developing fun and engaging activities for our students. We offer a variety of things to do including physical activities/games, sports, art classes, video games, STEM activities, board games, crafts, and many more. A typical program has 3-5 activities running simultaneously.

Meaningful Relationships

ASAP is a safe place where students can interact with positive adult role-models and build friendships with their peers. ASAP encourages relationships with all students attending, especially with those outside their existing social circles. Whether your student is from one of the outlying schools in the Silver Falls School District or from Silverton Middle School, your student is invited to attend.

About Us

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 3:00-6:00pm

Our Program is separated into 4 main components: Power Hour, Meal Time, World Connections (Wednesdays only), and Activities. Each component is dedicated to provide a fully-inclusive program that keeps our kids safe, supported, engaged, and well-fed!!

  • Power Hour


  • Meal Time


  • World Connections (Wednesday Only)


  • Activities


Meet Your Asap Team

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Josh Burgeson

Program Director
Josh is returning for his third year as ASAP’s Program Director. He has worked for 7 years in non-profit organizations like the Boys and Girls Club and Trillium Family Services. He is currently finishing his bachelors degree from OSU. He enjoys playing basketball, camping, fishing, playing board games, and watching the Blazers.
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Emalie Radocchia

Program Coordinator
Emalie is originally from Portland, OR and now resides in Silverton. She has been associated with several summer/after-school programs and is excited for the new year at ASAP. She enjoys riding her bike around town and if you see her, feel free to wave!
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Colton Hanson

Program Coordinator
Colton has lived in Silverton for most of his life. He graduated from Silverton High School in 2012 and is currently enrolled at Chemeketa Community College. He has been a volunteer youth leader at Silverton Assembly of God for the past 3 years, and a former volunteer firefighter. In his free time he enjoys playing basketball and being active.
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Natalie Muller

Natalie is returning to ASAP after volunteering with the program last year. She is a senior at Silverton High School and is heavily involved in ASB Leadership, National Honor Society, Link Crew and tennis. She is president of a book club and is the ASB treasurer. Her hobbies inlcude reading, hanging out with friends and watching Netflix.

What does volunteering at ASAP look like?

ASAP still has openings for registration!

Contact us for a registration packet